In this tour we will venture in a canoe along the Chagres River where we will arrive at the village in the Emberá community, we will live the experience of enjoying their customs, dances, meals and handicrafts. Then we will have a view of the French cemetery that shows the effort given by these workers in the attempt to build a canal through the isthmus. We will observe part of the road of crosses where the riches traveled between the Pacific and the Caribbean; We will cross the Centennial Bridge that crosses the Panama Canal in its narrowest part. Then we will have the opportunity to visit the imposing locks of the Panama Canal, being a route of interoceanic navigation between the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. And to top it all we will do a tour of the Amador Causeway, one of the most visited sites in the city with a diversity of restaurants, bars, nightclubs, as well as a picturesque sidewalk used by tourists and residents to walk, jog or ride a bike. It shows excellent panoramic views to the entrance of the Panama Canal and the Bridge of the Americas, as well as to the city and the Bay of Panama.
Level of Effort: Medium
Check-out: 07:00 / Return: 0:00 pm
Suggestion: Light clothing, comfortable shoes, cap, sunglasses, sunscreen, repellent.